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Spine Injury Misdiagnosis

When A Spinal Cord Injury Gets Worse

The spinal cord plays an extremely important role in controlling and regulating all parts of the human body, and any damage to the spinal column that goes untreated can have extremely serious long-term consequences, potentially including partial or full paralysis.

At the Providence law firm of DeLuca & Associates, LTD. our experienced Rhode Island spine injury misdiagnosis lawyers pursue fair compensation for back injury victims whose injuries have gotten worse due to misdiagnosis. To schedule a free consultation, contact us today.

Understanding The Consequences Of Untreated Spine Damage

There are several different circumstances that can cause damage to the spine, including traumatic accidents, cancers and infections. Broken bones, herniated disks, blood and other fluids can put pressure on the spinal cord, causing serious neurological damage.

If there is any reason to believe that you have suffered a spine injury, your doctor has a professional responsibility to order the right tests and follow up with appropriate treatment.

When a spine injury goes untreated because a doctor fails to order a scan or misreads the test results, the patient may eventually suffer loss of sensation, loss of bodily functions and paralysis in any or all parts of the body below the affected region of the spinal cord.

Standing Up For Your Rights At Trial If Necessary

Our attorneys and nurses are experienced at evaluating and documenting the consequences of spine injury misdiagnosis with the help of cutting-edge technology and credible experts. If your case needs to go to trial, we are fully prepared to stand up for the compensation you deserve.

Start Your Recovery Today

If your spine injury has been allowed to get worse due to a medical misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, don’t hesitate to contact our firm online to schedule a free initial consultation, or call (401) 453-1500  toll free. We will not charge you any fees unless we are successful at helping you get money damages.